Process of J&K interlocutors not a sincere: CPI-M
Srinagar: A senior CPI-M leader on Saturday
questioned the validity of the team of interlocutors on Jammu
and Kashmir saying a political issue can be resolved by
"The process of interlocutors is not a sincere thing
because there will be no political dialogue, there are no
political personalities involved in it, so what is it? After
all Kashmir problem is a political problem," CPI-M Central
Committee member Mohammad Salim told reporters here.
He said there was need for dialogue to resolve the Kashmir
issue, which he termed is a "multi-dimensional problem which
needs a multi-pronged solution."
"We have come forward with a resolution on how to begin
with," he said.
Shahid Siddiqui (Rashtriya Lok Dal) said there was need
for holding dialogue between people to find solution to the
He also said that Kashmiri leadership should be realistic
in its approach.
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